Intel has released video of an I/O test demo showcasing its advanced 10nm FinFet process powering the Intel 112G PAM-4 transceiver. The 112 Gbps serial transceiver links will support the demanding bandwidth requirements of future data center, enterprise, and networking environments. The new 112G PAM-4 transceiver is twice as fast as the current Intel Stratix 10 FPGAs as they only deliver 58 Gbps performance. The 112G PAM-4 transceiver technology will be incorporated into Intel's next-generation FPGA family codenamed "Falcon Mesa." This bandwidth increase will be vital for next-generation optical transport networks, network function virtualization, enterprise networking, and cloud service providers. Intel's next-generation of FPGAs will use Intel's own 10-nanometer (10nm) chip-manufacturing process technology - an advanced FinFET process. Known today by the codename "Falcon Mesa," these FPGAs products will target the acceleration and compute needs in data center, wireless 5G, Network Function Virtualization (NFV), automotive, industrial, and military/aerospace applications.